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‘Those two and half years taught me a lot’: Virat Kohli

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Indian star batter Virat Kohli opened about his lean phase and it shaped him. The 34-year old will be playing his 4th ODI World Cup, been previously played in 2011, 2015 and 2019. He will be looking to replicate what he and team India did in 2011 World Cup.

The Delhi-born cricketer has been in sensational form this year having scored 612 runs from 13 innings at an average of 55.63. He has scored three hundreds and two fifties this year.

Reflecting on his bad patch, Virat Kohli said,

The last two and a half years have taught me a lot. Those angry celebrations are a thing of the past. I have had many suggestions, lots of advice has come my way; people were telling me I was doing this wrong, that wrong,

I picked out all the videos from the best time I had, same initial movement, same approach towards the ball and it was just what was happening inside my head, I wasn’t able to explain it to anyone,

Virat Kohli will be the most capped player in this edition of World Cup

Indian legend will be the most capped player among all the active players playing the ODI World Cup. His experience will be crucial for ‘men-in-blue’ specially been part of that 2011 World Cup winning team. The star batter will be eager to have another great tournament with the bat and help his side end their ICC Trophy drought. Notably, India commences their World Cup campaign against Australia on 8th October in Chennai.

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